Burton Constable Hall & Grounds, East Yorkshire's finest historic day out

Proudly supporting Hull City of Culture 2017

Due to the BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend there will be restricted access to the Hall & Grounds

until Monday 5th June. Click here for more detailed information.

Everyday is a great day out at Burton Constable - there's so much to enjoy and discover for all ages

Explore the historic grounds with their woodland and parkland walks; follow the wildlife trail; relax and find your favourite spots to picnic and play in this glorious setting.

Meander upstairs and downstairs through Burton Constable Hall’s evocative grand rooms filled with fine art and furniture; discover the extraordinary 18th century ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ and uncover the fascinating characters from the Constable family over the past 500 years.

Take a welcome break in the Stables Tearoom and Gift Shop open daily throughout the season.

Making it the perfect day out for all the family

Burton Constable is only 10 miles east of Hull city centre and has ample free parking for cars, coaches and cycles.

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Coming up at Burton Constable
April 2017

Preparations have already started in the parkland surrounding Burton Constable Hall for one of the largest music events of the year!

In partnership with Hull City of Culture 2017 we will be hosting the BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th May in the Capability Brown landscaped parkland that surrounds the Hall.

Burton Constable Hall & Grounds will be completely closed to the public from Friday 26th May to Monday 29th May. Access will also be restricted before, during and after the BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend. Please click on the link for more detailed information.

Burton Constable Highlights
Meander through Burton Constable Hall’s evocative grand rooms filled with fine art and furniture; discover the extraordinary 18th century ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ and uncover 500 years of fascinating characters from the Constable family
Discover our restored stable block, with displays and exhibitions telling the story of stable life in past times. Explore the historic parkland designed by Capability Brown with our walks and wildlife trails. Relax and find your favourite spot to picnic and play in this glorious setting
VisitEngland Awards for Excellence 2017
Burton Constable Hall & Grounds are pleased to announce that they are a finalist for the Small Visitor Attraction of the Year at the VisitEngland Awards for Excellence 2017.
With beasts and bugs, detective trails, parkland walks, picnic and play areas, giant games, wide open spaces for games of football or cricket and of course the whale skeleton of the 60’ monster featured in Moby Dick all making a visit to Burton Constable a great family day out
Serving morning coffee, light lunches, cream teas and other freshly made foods our tea room is a refreshing break for visitors and a great stop-off if you are just passing-by. Your four-legged friend is welcome too in our dedicated Doggy Dining Room
There are more ways than ever to learn and discover at this superb stately home with education visits tailored to suit you
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Testimonials
  • "Wow! Too much to see in one visit..."
    Betty Davies, Rotherham, South Yorkshire
  • "Fascinating - So much to see. There was the extra delight of having a very accomplished pianist performing. The staff are very friendly and helpful. the lunch was delicious. In all a very enjoyable day."
    Charles & Barbara Nutt, Northumberland
  • "A wonderful and fascinating house made even more atmospheric by the wonderful piano music accompanying us."
    Anne & Roger Holmes, Barnsley, South Yorkshire
  • "Excellent staff - very informative! Beautiful House, well kept with interesting stories - a jewel in a sea of East Yorkshire - will definitely visit again. "
    Sue Child, Rothwell, West Yorkshire
  • "An amazing experience - such detail everywhere, plus care and skill in the preservation. A pleasure and education."
    Mr & Mrs Noveler, Rotherham, South Yorkshire
  • "Fascinating place, needs another visit"
    Kay Raby, Sutton-on-Sea, Lincolnshire
  • "Quite a joy to visit, thank you so much"
    Margaret Woolfenden, Doncaster, South Yorkshire
  • "An excellent visit, I will certainly tell all my friends about my wonderful day."
    Kath Jackson, Rotherham, South Yorkshire
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